Announced Apr 5, 2011 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I have been asked to photograph an awards night for a car dealership at a local club. So I need a good fast flash that's easy to use. ive read about the sb400 which is slower than the sb700 but I read the sb700 may not be compatible with my camera, is this true. any other suggestions would be great. i want it to be fast and create nice crisp images please. Please help! I have a month to buy one and get used to it before the night. Thanks!
Hey guys, I'm new to this forum and still on the green side of photography. I'm starting to get into the world of flash photography and need some help with my setup. My equipment is as follows: Nikon D5100 (no commander mode) Nikon SB-910 speedlight Yongnuo YN-565EX speedlight Yongnuo RF-603n Radio triggers (2 receivers for now) My question is, how do I set this up so the radio triggers make my flashes go off? This is what I've currently tried: On camera, I've placed one radio...
Hi, I have a problem with my D5100. The Camera drains battery even when it's off and it's not using. After 4-5 days one bar of battery indicator is gone. Next day second one, and after 7 days battery is dead. Do you heard about that kind of issue? What could be the reason?
Dear all, I have a NIkon d5100, and last year I dropped it on the floor. It was in a cheap protective bag, so from outside there were no problems. However, when I turned it on, it didn't work - I didn't get the image on the small screen (black square), and when I took pictures I also got black squares as results instead of the pictures (also checked on the computer). Then the camera was unused for about 8 months. The battery didn't have any power anymore, but when I charged it and turned it...
I am looking at this tripod model Kenner KT-C614 (on ebay) which seems quite reasonable for an affordable price. It is a carbon fibre tripod with a magnesium alloy ball head under $200 and supports up to 8Kg of equipment weight. I am thinking about purchasing this but am not sure if this will be a good choice. I will be using it with my Nikon D5100 and a Nikkor 18-140 lens, mostly for long exposure night sky photography in a windy environment. I couldn't find much info about this on Google...
Question 1: I often get the effect shown in the image below. (I'm not talking about the Chromatic Aberration.) When I take pictures in the woods or sometimes in other areas where the foreground is dark and the background it bright the light bleeds/smears over the darker parts of the foreground making lowering the contrast of the image and removing detail and the edges of leaves etc. What is this phenomenon called? Is it a type of lens flare? Question 2: Is there a special Photoshop tool...
HI, I had Nikon D5100 and lost it and now I am ready for my new camera, yet I don't have a big budget so needed your advise: D5200, D5300 or D3300 or is there an interchangeable option that has the same quality within the above cameras' price range Thank you in advance